I edited your topic title and description so it would make more sense logistically.
The transfer of a PDS will give you individual files on the target file system.
In order for the forum to provide any more details, you'll have to give us a whole lot more information to work from.
Without getting into too many details, in order to transfer files between the mainframe and other servers, you need to use the proper data transfer procedures as your site mandates. The method you use will have to depend on your site's requirements for data security, the networking between the mainframe and other servers, and what standard/option products you have to employ these methods.
Some of the standard data transmission methods are:
1. File transfer through a 3270-emulator. These products run on your desktop, and require you to first establish a 3270 session to a mainframe TSO session. Once this is done, you can use the file transfer options from the product to upload/download files as you need. This method will then call the IND$FILE command on the mainframe to allow the data transfer to take place.
The use of IND$FILE is typically restricted or alltogether prohibited.
2. FTP (File Transfer Protocol). This is a TCP/IP based standard for data exchange between two systems. It requires a typical client-server relationship between the systems involved. The client is the side that initiates the transmission. If you want to initiate the transmission from the mainframe, then the mainframe must act as the client and the other system must act as the server. If you want to initiate the transmission from the other system, the that side acts as the client and the mainframe becomes the server.
The use of FTP is typically restricted or alltogether prohibited outside of a production environment.
3. Connect:Direct (aka NDM). This is a third-party data transfer solution from Sterling Commerce. It again requires both systems to run the same software. It offers features that FTP doesn't, and is a very common product in many shops.
4. XCOM from CA. Very similar to Connect:Direct.
5. ISPF File Transfer (ISPF Option 3.7). This is a standard feature of ISPF that allows data to be transferred between the mainframe and a Windows system running the Work Station Agent (WSA) program.